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Monday-Friday, December 9-11 at 9pm
Exploring Music, with Bill McGlaughlin
Get ready to discover your next favorite piece of music, as Bill explores “hidden gold,” wonderful works that few people ever get to hear.
Thursday, December 12 at 7:30pm
River City Brass: Christmas Brasstacular
Live from Carnegie Music Hall. The annual concert of holiday favorites with the choirs of Fox Chapel and the Westmoreland Choral Society. Hosted by Ted Sohier.
Saturday, December 14 at 1pm
The Metropolitan Opera, hosted by Margaret Juntwait
Giuseppe Verdi: Falstaff
An undisputed master of Verdi’s final comic masterpiece, James Levine conducts Robert Carsen’s acclaimed production, the first new Met Falstaff since 1964.
Sunday, December 15 at 6am
Harmonia, with Angela Mariani
We're celebrating Christmas this morning with music from a variety of traditions. We'll hear music based on legends of Saint Nicholas, and sample Byzantine chant sung during the Christmas season. Plus, baroque orchestra Apollo's Fire offers a gift of Celtic holiday music in our featured release.
Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2013-2014 Season - Program 6 - Part 1
It’s a party to celebrate the 200th birthday of Giuseppi Verdi. Former Music Director Mariss Jansons conducts Verdi’s “Ave Maria” and String Quartet in E minor. The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh joins the orchestra and soloists for Verdi’s Requiem. Listen
Peter Phillips of The Tallis Scholars
The PSO welcomes The Tallis Scholars, founded and directed by Peter Phillips. While celebrating its 40th anniversary season, the choir performs an a cappella program of Renaissance sacred music and two motets by Bruckner at Heinz Hall to complement Bruckner's Symphony No. 4 "Romantic" conducted by Manfred Honeck. Listen
ON THIS DAY in 1908
In A Summer Garden by Frederick Delius is premiered by the London Philharmonic